Obama on Trump: ‘Even most 8-year-olds’ know slavery was a bad time for black people
President Barack Obama sharply criticized Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for saying earlier this week that the black community is in the worst shape it’s “ever been in before.”
FDR creates the WPA
On this day in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs an executive order creating the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The WPA was just one of many Great Depression relief programs created under the auspices of the Emergency Relief Appropriations Act, which Roosevelt had signed the month before. The WPA, the Public Works Administration (PWA) and other federal assistance programs put unemployed Americans to work in return for temporary financial assistance. Out of the 10 million jobless men in the United States in 1935, 3 million were helped by WPA. That is how problems are resolved by action not lip service.
Speaking of Kaperdick; because of the anti-American shenanigans he started, Friday night the Castlemont High School Knights in Oakland, engaged in shameful display of anti-American behavior.
Evidently Kaperdick was at the game and encouraged the team into being a solid, disrespectful ass hole as he is. “I had to come out here and stand with y’all, So I appreciate what y’all did. I love y’all. Y’all my brothers — I’m here with you.”
With that Kaperdick got back into his Rolls and returned to his palatial mansion; the place and all of the accessories he was able to purchase because the USA is so racist to him and his people. I would have liked to see him show his gratitude to the team by inviting them to shack up with him for a month or so.
Kaperdick is like all many of the politicians we have in DC. As long as they do not have to crawl out of their cave and live like the little people do, they could care less.
If they are going to talk the talk, they have to walk the walk the walk like Little Richard did.
The mystery of Little Richard’s religious conversion solved
14/02/2013 , 5:31 PM by Emma James
Little Richard was doing a tour in Australia when the plane he was riding in developed engine problems. He made God a promise; if THE MAN would save his life, he would devote himself to him the rest of his life.
As the tale goes, the plane did land safely. Little Richard as promised stood on the rail of the bridge and threw all his jewelry into the Brisbane River and changed his life forever. Who knows if it is really true but it makes for good conversation.
The moral of this tale is; if we talk the talk, we have to walk the walk. To all of the high-flyers; don’t just put on a performance because the cameras are on you; get down and dirty with the little people and throw away all of your jewelry into the river of dispair.
The general sits on top of the hill and commands his troops to CHARGE but he never leaves his safe zone.
Let us all quit pointing the fingers. When you point one finger at someone else, you have 3 other pointing back at you.